IMF Research Bulletin
- International Monetary Fund
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- Nbr. 22-1, June 2020
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- Nbr. 19-1, June 2018
- Nbr. 18-3, September 2017
- Nbr. 18-2, June 2017
- Nbr. 18-1, March 2017
- Nbr. 17-4, December 2016
- Nbr. 17-3, September 2016
- Nbr. 17-2, June 2016
- Nbr. 17-1, March 2016
- Nbr. 16-4, December 2015
- Nbr. 16-3, September 2015
- Nbr. 16-2, June 2015
- Nbr. 16-1, March 2015
- Nbr. 15-4, December 2014
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- The Perspective from Home
- Inclusion in Economics: Interview with Sole Martinez Peria
- Good Jobs for Young People: A Policy Imperative to Reduce Inequality
- Can You Put a Price on That? The Cost of Female Guilt at Work
- She, Robot: Women's Employment in the Face of Automation
- The Snowball Effect: How the Rich Get Richer
- Inequality and the Conduct of Monetary Policy
- Falling off the Ladder: Why So Few Female Economics Professors?
- Tariffs in a Globalized World: A Gamble Where Everybody Loses
- Getting the Most out of Trade Liberalization: Evidence from Machine Learning and Threshold Models
- Rating Through-The-Cycle: What Does the Concept Imply for Rating Stability and Accuracy?
Credit rating agencies face a difficult tradeoff between delivering both accurate and stable ratings. While ratings should provide the most accurate estimate of the corresponding default risk of an underlying asset, users of ratings often prefer that they do not change too frequently. Rating...
- Leaning Against Windy Bank Lending
In recent times credit booms and busts have dramatically affected business cycle fluctuations. This has called for a deeper understanding of credit market conditions and the role of central banks in ensuring financial stability. We examine whether, during the Great Moderation, interestrate policy...
- Q&A: Seven Questions about the Relationship between Country Finance and Governance
Economists have studied the relationship between the quality of institutions and growth extensively (North 1990). In contrast, the relationship between the quality of institutions and financial flows has been studied less. Because low-income countries depend heavily on external financing flows and...
- Q&A: Seven Questions on Islamic Finance
Although still a small share of global finance, Islamic finance has grown rapidly over the past decade and is projected to continue to expand. The growth of Islamic finance presents opportunities to improve access to finance for the large underserved Muslim populations, and for small- and medium-siz...
- IMF Working Papers
- Interview With Gita Gopinath
- Technological Change And The Future Of Work
- Interview with Antonio Spilimbergo, the Research Department's New Deputy Director
- Dismal Employment Growth in EU Countries: The Role of Corporate Balance Sheet Repair and Dual Labor Markets
Large differences among European Union countries in postcrisis employment growth to a large extent were driven by the need to adjust corporate balance sheets, which had greatly deteriorated during the boom years in some countries but not in others. To close the large gaps between saving and...
- Q&A: Seven Questions on Fintech
The IMF recently published a paper on the potential effects of fintech on the financial sector and how regulation should adapt: "Fintech and Financial Services: Initial Considerations," co-authored by Dong He, Ross Leckow, Vikram Haksar, Tommaso Mancini-Griffoli, Nigel Jenkinson, Mikari...